Greeks Give Poseidon Statue to Australians

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The City Council of Moreland in Melbourne has accepted the local Greek Community’s proposal to place the statue of the ancient Greek god Poseidon at Coburg Lake Reserve. The statue was the Greek Community’s gift to the municipality and to Australia, the country that welcomed and accepted them.

The statue of the Greek God of the sea is made of bronze and stands at 2.5 meters, according to the official proposal of the local Greek Community, which was voted against by only one member of the council.
The Greek Community of Moreland stated that they would take on the expenses of construction, the erection of the statue, as well as its subsequent maintenance.
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